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  • 02:11

    KINGDOM FOCUS WITH DEBRA JACKSON LIVE

    in Radio

    CHANGING LIVES THROUGH ENRICHMENT. TODAY'S TOPIC: SEEKING THE BLESSINGS OF THE LORD. 

  • 01:29

    Plum Luv Foods Season 2 Episode 14 Matt Kourie from Best Wings LI

    in Food

    This episode is all about chicken wings and we are joined by one of the leading authorities on the subject Matt Kourie from Best Wings LI. (www.bestwingsli.com) Matt is all about the wings and has eaten enough to feed a small third world country. Matt is a musician turned wing man and is amazwing at finding the best wings in the world! Not to mention being co-founder of the Ny Best Wings festival.  Wings Beer and Laughs, not much will make this show any better!

  • 02:01

    KINGDOM PUBLISHER -THE GATHERING WITH DEBRA JACKSON LIVE

    in Radio

    THANK GOD IT'S FRIDAY! 


    KINGDOM FOCUS WITH DEBRA JACKSON LIVE


    DEPRESSION MAY HAVE YOU DOWN, OPRESSION PROFOUND YOU BEEN SEARCHING ALL AROUND, YOU NEED A HEALING FOR YOUR SOUL. FOR PERSONAL, BUSINESS AND MINISTRY? YOU TUNE TO THE RIGHT PLACE. THIS IS YOUR SEASON TO BE BLESSED.

  • 00:26

    Memorial Day Monday Morning Mojo: Forgiveness.

    in Spirituality

    This is a topic many people would like to ignore in their lives. However, I coach my clients to embrace Forgiveness as much as possible as I have found it tremendously helpful to shift my energy, free my mind and heart, and be open and ready for more goodness to come in. Join me on a little Memorial Day journey down the path of Forgiveness.


    Forgiving,


    Matt


    www.loabusinesscoach.com

  • 03:43

    'The Matt Duffin Show' - A Memorial Thunder

    in Radio

    How is your Memorial Day going?  Solemn?  Picnicing, or just being outside for Spring?  In thought?  Like ANY other day for your own 'Memorial TBI' - being quiet and alone.  We certainly like those days, I well understand.  Especially while listening to an old (ok, classic) Eagles song - "I get a peaceful, easy feeling..."  But this is Indianapolis, and it's Race Day!  It's anything but peaceful around here - and the Downtown Milton Studio is 50-miles away from THE Track.  The Greatest Specical in Racing takes over then Month of May.  As is liked to say - "Visit, enjoy yourself, spend your money and get the hell out of town."


     


    I've learned to ignore most of the hoopla, it seems better for my stimuli.  However, this is Indiana, and we grew up on Racing, er, Racin'.  We have more tracks per capita than most countries do, let along states.  Yes, there is a basketball court in all the parking lots, I'm sure.  Brain Injury and Auto Racing go hand in hand (head on head?).  Another reflection most Hoosiers and racing fans always have.  It seemed to drift away.  Personally, I know a large amount of 'backyard' racers whose weekend running laps is as well as dangerous as an explodinng IndyCar, to the skull.  Blunt force be damned, remember, tremendous speeds also can cause "trememdous whiplash" which will effect the brain more than the neck.  And these drivers?  Neighbors, husbands (wifes), parents, thrill seekers and simply adults who grew up around the auto business.  Competitiors.  Kept at a level of performance that life has created. Let's meet one.  Let's' also discuss Mt Lawn's donation to the HARD workers of the NC Miracle League Volunteers.  And, Not to be overlooked is TMDS Med MJ Month. Listen, call.

  • 01:59

    Kingdom Focus with Debra Jackson Live

    in Radio

    Changinging Lives through Enrichment.


    Depression had me down. Opression profound. I needed a healing for my Soul.  I was searing all around. needing a healing for my soul. Psalm 107:20 one word one minute of prayer gave me a healing for my Soul.


    Listen Live with Evangelist Jackson


     

  • 00:34

    Memorial Day 2015

    in Comedy

    #StevieMackRadio –Memorial Day 2015


    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)


    Call in 646.716.6113


    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"


    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com


    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack

  • 00:31

    4th and Forever: Open Fourm

    in Football

    4th and Forever comes to you on Memorial Day. Last week was talk about NFL to LA. We pick up on that discussion from last week. Also more NFL and College Football news as Sam and Matt bring an open foum to the show. 

  • 01:01

    Takers, 2010

    in Movies

    Gordon Jennings (Idris Elba) and his friends enjoy a luxurious lifestyle funded by bank robberies, and they avoid capture by sticking to a strict set of rules. As they celebrate the latest job, a former associate arrives with a daring plan to rob an armored car. The lure of so much cash is too tempting to resist but, unbeknown to Gordon's men, this heist puts them on a collision course with Russian mobsters and a detective (Matt Dillon) who will do anything to capture them.


    Director: John Luessenhop
    Writers: Peter Allen, Gabriel Casseus, 
    Stars: 


    Paul Walker as John Rahway

    Matt Dillon as Jack Welles

    Idris Elba as Gordon Thomas "G" Cozier

    T.I. as Delonte "Ghost" Rivers

    Jay Hernandez as Eddie Hatcher

    Michael Ealy as Jake Attica

    Chris Brown as Jesse Attica

    Hayden Christensen as A.J.

    Zoe Saldana as Lilly

  • Turn It UP! w/ R&B Phenom Corey El

    in Hip Hop Music

    Songwriter, producer, singer and all-around musical phenom Corey El handcrafts multidimensional songs that sparkle with contagious melodies, playful beats and razor-sharp lyrics. Each of his originals is an auditory time capsule that plunges listeners into his own memories and experiences, energized by the very essence of life:  self-discovery; love and daring to let one’s own authentic colors shine. With a soulful wisdom far beyond his years and his finger on the pulse of his generation, Corey El lends a fresh perspective to decades’ worth of musical styles, inspired by the pioneering sounds of pop, R&B and urban music gurus such as B. Slade (Anthony Williams II), Kanye West and Michael Jackson.
    The son of dexterous professional multi-instrumentalist Carl Lester-El, a young Corey El knew instantly how music can impact moods, viewpoints and connect people’s hearts and minds on a global scale. Because of his natural ear for a multitude of melodies and grooves, he was able to express himself instantly through singing. His father taught him how to track on a Casio keyboard, and as soon as he learned to write, he was making his own fully-formed tunes. By the time he was a teenager, he was already producing, writing and arranging for local artists in the studio, and he eventually felt the pull to focus on creating his own original work. 
    Now, Corey El continues to experiment with exciting melodic flavors, sounds, poetry and stories as he invents new ways to grow and express himself. A multi-talented and self-contained artist, he has already put out several singles via YouTube and streaming sites and created videos giving insight into his creative process. His new, empowering single, “Nothing Like You” encourages others to stay true to their authentic selves even when faced with bullies who try to limit their dreams. “Nothing Like You” is available now!


     

  • 02:47

    DIRECTOR JACK THOMAS SMITH

    in Entertainment

    Jack Thomas Smith made his feature film-directing debut with the psychological thriller “Disorder.” He was also the writer and producer of that film. “Disorder” was released on DVD by Universal/Vivendi and New Light Entertainment. It was released on Pay-Per-View and Video-On-Demand by Warner Brothers. Overseas, it screened at the Cannes Film Festival and the Raindance Film Festival in London. Curb Entertainment represented “Disorder” for foreign sales and secured distribution deals around the world.
    Born in 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Smith lived there until he was eight when his family relocated to a quiet island community in Michigan, which would later serve as the inspiration for his upcoming film “In the Dark.” He began to write at a very young age after reading the Stephen King novels “Salem’s Lot” and “The Shining.” By the time he was eleven, he had written a 300-page novel and a number of short stories.
    Smith’s family moved to Sparta, New Jersey when he was a teenager. It was there in that middle-class town that he discovered the films of George A. Romero, Stanley Kubrick, Brian DePalma, and John Carpenter. Inspired to make movies, he wrote and directed a handful of short films that were shot on Super 8mm and starred his brother and friends in all of the roles.